Of all of his clairvoyant excursions into the past, some of the most remarkable information that came through Edgar Cayce (1877-1945), explored the activities of a little known Jewish sect called the Essenes. More than eleven years before the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947, Cayce’s readings provided detailed descriptions of the Essenes, their activities, their community, the records they kept, and the fact that both men and women were members of the society. In one reading, Cayce was asked to explain the term Essene, “(Q) What is the correct meaning of the term "Essene"? The answer was given simply as, “(A) Expectancy.” The readings go on to suggest that it was this group who took upon itself the entrance of the Messiah into the earth!
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About the Author
Glenn D. Kittler, who wrote more than 35 books and was a contributing editor to Guideposts magazine for three decades, was chosen as the perfect person to write this book by Edgar Cayce's eldest son, Hugh Lynn Cayce. Hugh Lynn valued his theological expertise and scholarly objectivity. Kittler was born in Chicago and had studied for the Roman Catholic priesthood before becoming a journalist.